Kathleen Gaynor has long been a believer in infusing technology into arts classrooms. She also has long ground her classes in cooperative learning, choice-based projects, student-led ideas, multiple stations for experimentation and unstructured time for student work. With this project, she will continue to purchase additional technology for the Makerspace she has created in her art room. This approach aligns well with state standards and National Visual Arts Standards. Approximately 75% of the students at her K-4th school are eligible for free- and reduced-price lunch, making it all the more important that they have the opportunity to work with technology and see how they can use it to influence the world.